Showcase your organisation at the AAAPC 2020 Annual Research Conference!

For more information please see our 2020 Conference Prospectus or email us at aaapc.secretariat@anu.edu.au to tailor a sponsorship package to suit you.


Conference sponsors

Griffith Healthy Primary Care


 

Healthy Primary Care is a team of 18 researchers based at Griffith University, Australia.

We believe that successful health care systems of the future will keep people well rather than respond to poor health. Eating well and being physically active help to manage weight, prevent and manage chronic disease, promote positive mental health, keep people out of hospital and most importantly, support living well in our communities over the long term. 

We have three main research streams: putting patients first, helping those who help, and shaping systems.

Our goal is to reorient primary health care services and systems to focus on healthy lifestyles and healthy environments.

healthyprimarycare.com


     


CSIRO Publishing /
Australian Journal of
Primary Health

Prize Sponsor

 

CSIRO Publishing is an editorially independent science publisher within the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO). Our internationally recognised program covers a wide range of disciplines, including agriculture, plant and animal sciences, chemistry, health and the environment. Our product range includes journals, books and magazines, and we have a global reputation for quality and excellence.

Each year at the AAAPC’s Annual Research Conference, Australian Journal of Primary Health awards a prize for the best paper relevant to the interests and scope of the journal.

Abstracts for the AAAPC Annual Research Conference are available online in Volume 26(4) of the Australian Journal of Primary Health.

www.publish.csiro.au

 


The University of Queensland Primary Care Clinical Unit

Prize Sponsor

 



 


The Mayne Academy of General Practice sits within the Primary Care Clinical Unit and is involved in a wide range of teaching, clinical and research activities. Our multidisciplinary team of General Practitioners and Primary Care Researchers are dedicated to improving the quality of care provided to patients in the community. Many of our staff are actively involved in clinical practice, often working with disadvantaged groups in society.

We enjoy sharing our passion for general practice and primary care with students in the GP rotations. Through research on models of care, clinical care and issues affecting special interest populations such as Indigenous Australians, refugees and the elderly, for instance, we aim to contribute to the evidence base for our academy and the translation of research to the community where it can make a difference.

medicine-program.uq.edu.au/academic-disciplines/general-practice


 

Department of General Practice, The University of Melbourne

Keynote Speaker Sponsor
 


The Department of General Practice sits within the Melbourne Medical School.

Our vision is to work with communities and practitioners, through our research partnerships and education, to improve the healthcare system, placing the person at the heart of healthcare and improving health outcomes.

The Department focuses on clinical and health services research and training to achieve its vision through three major research themes: using clinical data analytics to explore patient pathways and describe the epidemiology of health and disease in primary care; focusing on primary care innovation to develop, test and implement simple and complex interventions including digital technologies with an emphasis on co-design and patient centred care; understanding patient and practitioner experience and involving them in identifying the challenges designing and testing solutions.

medicine.unimelb.edu.au/school-structure/general-practice


 WentWest

Early Career Best
Paper Award Sponso
r

 

WentWest has been part of the Western Sydney community, delivering support and education to primary care and working with key partners to progress the region’s health system. In July 2015, WentWest became the Western Sydney Primary Health Network (WSPHN) as one of 31 PHN’s across Australia and functions as a commissioner of services. Together by improving health outcomes and transformation of primary care, WentWest seeks to not only identify gaps and commission solutions for better health outcomes, but to work in partnership to lead better systems integration and coordination, strengthening equity and empowerment for Western Sydney communities and the people who care for them.

wentwest.com.au


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